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For your viewing pleasure...
Two of the greatest non typical whitetails ever recorded.
On the left is the Tim Beck buck from Indiana scoring an amazing 303 7/8 net B&C inches. One of only five whitetails from the wild to net score over 300 inches! The thing that makes this buck jump off the page is it's tremendous typical frame, in fact, IT'S THE LARGEST GROSS SCORING TYPICAL FRAME EVER RECORDED ON A WILD WHITETAIL. Scored on a 6x6 frame it stretches the tape to an unprecedented 236 2/8 inches! Even after deducting the symmetry differences the NET typical score is still astounding at 226 inches!
On the right is the reigning B&C world record non typical. This great Missouri buck has a net score of 333 7/8 inches, and has a total gross antler score of 340 inches! Now here's the crazy part...this buck has a gross typical frame of...get this...156 inches! Thats right, a full 80 inches smaller than the frame on Tim Beck's buck! The net score for the typical frame is 149 7/8 inches! The thing that makes this deer jump off the page is the 184 inches of non typical antler growth. In comparison, the Beck buck carries 77 7/8 inches of non typical measurements, a full 106 1/8 inches less than the missouri Monarch!
For me, the million dollar question is this...will we ever see a WILD WHITETAIL that has a 223 inch frame AND carries 180+ inches of non typical growth? Could we someday have a non typical world record that scores in excess of 400 inches? Obviously, the potential is there. I’m curious to hear your thoughts? (These photo's are about 95% to equal scale. Photo of Beck buck by Robert A Taylor. Photo of the MO Monarch by Joe Meder.) #thewhitetailshooters#worldrecord#staterecord#biggestever#indiana#missouri#deer#deerhunting#whitetail#hunting#hunter#greatest#monster#outdoors#outdoor#beautiful#whitetail